South Shore Locavores

Calling all Locavores

Where does your food come from? How does it get to you? How healthy is it? How can you support local farmers and food producers through your food purchases?

The Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore & South Coast teamed up to host an ongoing series of programs about the phenomenon of “eating locally.” Please join us in the discovery of our local food. 

Resource Lists: here.

November 9, 2017 — Pie Making

We did it! We exceeded our goal. Read more here.

The South Shore Locavores series — a collaboration between the Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore & South Coast magazine — looks at what it means to eat locally. The series has been running since January 2010. The series is also hosted by the Kingston Council on Aging.

See the complete list here.

If you’d like more information please email Sia Stewart at sstewart@kingstonpubliclibrary.org.

What folks are saying:

PACTV covers raising Heritage Chicken (from March 2017)

PACTV covers Pie Making
Colchester Neighborhood Farm

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Click here to peruse some of our past gatherings

 

 

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    […] been to farmers markets, country fairs, organic farms, and locavore meetings, always finding the same big hearted people, ready to teach, learn, or just share. Ask […]

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